Project ALF II
NOTE: Please do not add "Miguel Ferrer died on August 19, 2017 and Ray Walston died on January 1, 2001", because they died after the movie was cancelled.
As of July 1997, there is a four planned sequels to the 1996 TV movie Project: ALF which the sequel is supposed to be premiered in October 2, 1997, the third one is supposed to be premiered in late July 4, 1999 on Fourth of July, mostly the fourth and fifth is supposed to be premiered in March and June of 2000.
In August 1997, Paul Fusco and World International Network gave a green light about making any sequels to Project: ALF since it’s the first anniversary of the 1996 TV film, in September as they tried to finish the sequels as the first trailer arrived on TV, as of yet in 2001, the sequels were cancelled.
After the events of the end of the film where ALF, Captain Dr. Rick Mullican and Major Dr. Melissa Hill joins the ambassador of earth where they find out for their own life, but they met the military harp seal named John Paul and the businessman hare named Wayne Ross which they’re anthropomorphic animals, they find their way to defeat General Alex McCormick to save the day.
Why It Was Cancelled
- Following in December 2000, Project ALF got poorly received when it aired in 1996 because of the absence of the Tanners, weak characters, and failure to give a proper conclusion to the series.
- The four sequels were cancelled due to negative reviews from Project: ALF.
- In the following of 2004, Paul Fusco Productions got shutdown in 2004 after ALF’s Hit Talk Show got ended.
- Patchett Kaufman Entertainment shut down in 2001 during the same day that the four film sequels were cancelled.
- In 2000, World International Network decided to shelve two sequels while they abandoned two sequels one by one.
- Paul Fusco and Tom Patchett refused to finish the first four sequels as they tried to make every ALF photograph as of yet, they didn’t know about their green light on their sequels anymore.
- In February 2001, Paul Fusco says “there will be no more sequels to this 1996 TV film due to bad reviews right after they cancelled it”
- The film was permanently shelved and cancelled.
- Project: ALF is now a standalone film.
- In 2002, The film was replaced by Winnie the Pooh: A Very Merry Pooh Year.